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As with the FWSN program, a youth can be referred to the court through a petition by a parent, foster parent, or representative of the child; a selectman, town manager, police officer, or local welfare department; a probation officer; a school superintendent; a youth service bureau; or a child-caring agency licensed or approved by the Department of Children and Families.The petition must state (1) the youth's name, gender, birth date, and residence; (2) the parents', guardians', or responsible adult's name and residence; (3) the reason for the referral; and (4) the action the petitioner wants the court to take.If the police keep a youth in custody, they cannot place him in a cell designed for adults and they can release him at any time.
According to Deborah Sullivan, Legal Counsel to the Office of the Chief Public Defender, the parent’s assets and income are not considered when determining eligibility for services.
We have enclosed a copy of the eligibility guidelines.
But a recently passed law helps parents to discipline and control their 16- and 17-year olds (PA 00-177).
This new law permits the Juvenile Court to assume jurisdiction over 16- and 17-year olds who are beyond their parents' control, run away from home, or fail to go to school. " It allows the court to order the youth to participate in various services, and the court to impose sanctions to enforce those orders.
It allows the police, if they find the youth, to tell the parents where he is, but only if doing so would not jeopardize the youth physically or emotionally.